Whether a program is offered as a sport or as an educational course, competitive shooting teaches safety and helps to develop sportsmanship and leadership.
In 2008, for the 10th time in school history, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks rifle team brought home the NCAA National Collegiate Rifle Championship trophy after edging the U.S. Military Academy 4662 to 4652 for the 10-point win
Rachel Martin wins Women's Air and 3-Position titles. Over 60 athletes from four countries competed in the annual Robert Mitchell Rifle Championships, the first to utilize new ISSF rules where men and women shoot the same number of competition shots at each event
The long history of the shooting sports is full of good stories
In 2016, Emmons had the greatest pre-Olympic run prior to any of the other three previous Olympic Games he competed in.
Thrasher is the third youngest U.S. women’s shooting medalist, and also the third U.S. shooter ever to win the women’s 10m air rifle event.
Coming into the 50m Three-Position Rifle event, Matt Emmons talked about competing for the fun and joy he derives from his sport.